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Question Hello, I lived in Switzerland for a few years and I failed to file my US returns. I'm a US citizen, currently residing in the US but I have been living in Switzerland for a few years. I'm currently catching...
Question Hello Mr. Hogan, I'll be moving from California to Canada in February of next year and I just wanted to get a sense for any tax implications that I need to be considering before I make the move. Let me give...
Question I have owned a residence on Vancouver Island since 2003.  I used it as a seasonal residence for myself and wife (our two sons were born in Canada) until 2007 when I took a Doctoral program in...
Question Hi Phil, Thanks for a well-written and timely article on US-Canada cross border tax issues. I am one of the many working professionals who is about to face the complications as described in your article (http://philhogan.com/cross-border-tax/tax-consequences-of-emigrating-leaving-from-canada/) A bit on my background: I am a Canadian...
Question Hello.. Can you please answer for me:  I am Canadian, and my grown son lives in the USA, and recently became a US Citizen.  If I "gift" him money (such as for a down payment on a...
Question I am an accountant in and have tried to call the IRS to determine what my client will require in forms and cannot get to talk to a person. I found your name on the internet and would gladly...
Question Mr. Hogan I’m 59 years old and a US Citizen and Canadian Permanent Resident. For the last 10 years, I’ve been an employee of a US Management Consultancy, working entirely in the US for US clients while residing in ....
Question Just had a call from my father about filing US tax returns.  I am a US citizen who has lived in Canada for 48 years.  I want to contact the IRS, as I just learned that I...
Question Hello.. Can you please answer for me:  I am Canadian, and my grown son lives in the USA, and recently became a US Citizen.  If I "gift" him money (such as for a down payment on a...
Canada’s Scientific Research and Experimental Development program (SR&ED) is a federally-funded program administered by the Canada Revenue Agency which, through tax-incentives like tax credits and cash refunds, rewards businesses of all sizes and in all business sectors for conducting...
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